Kenya lost nearly a third of its wildlife population in the last 40 years according to a new study. And more than a dozen wildlife species could become extinct in a couple of years unless urgent remedial measures were taken. Read more
On December 5th, 2016, a master’s thesis affiliated with the AfricanBioServices project was completed at the University of Copenhagen (UCPH) by the master student Andreas Søndergaard Heinrich. Read more
On Friday October 7th 2016, the first PhD of the AfricanBioServices project was completed… Read more
Smriti Vidyarthi from NTV Wild Talk is presenting Kenya’s Wildlife Trends in these videos. Watch videos here…
AfricanBioServices second newsletter is now available.
Newsletter 2 – AfricanBioServices (pdf document)
AfricanBioServices first newsletter is available.
Newsletter 1 – AfricanBioServices (pdf document)
The AfricanBioServices project held its first stakeholders’meeting involving all the partner institutions in Mugumu, Serengeti, Tanzania on 6-10 December 2015. Read more about the consortium
The 10th TAWIRI Scientific Conference will be held at Naura Spring Hotel, Arusha, Tanzania, 2nd -4th December 2015. More information here.